The Herd: New hires, promotions and departures for 9.10.13

Wortzel and Mascia

Wortzel and Mascia

Law

Environmental lawyer Andrea W. Wortzel joined Troutman Sanders. Wortzel had been with Hunton & Williams.

Thomas J. “TJ” Mascia joined Troutman Sanders. Mascia was formerly an associate at Hunton & Williams.

Accounting

Yount, Hyde & Barbour announced the recent retirement of longtime partner Gary Lee. Lee had been a partner and CPA in Yount, Hyde & Barbour’s Culpepper office for more than 30 years.

Finance

Mary Beth Poggi has joined Alpha Omega Wealth Management as its head of research.

Matt Williams

Matt Williams

Matt Williams joined Heritage Wealth Advisors as an associate. He will focus on tax preparation and planning, investment advisory, and financial and estate planning. Williams previously worked for RTD Financial Advisors in Philadelphia.

Spider Management Co. named Paul Costello chief operating officer. Costello served as the founding principal of the investment management-consulting firm Onyx Associates.

The Richmond office of Tidewater Mortgage promoted Steve Maynes to sales manager.

Insurance

The U.S. Mortgage Insurance unit of Genworth Financial announced the following additions:

Paul Gomez joined as chief operations officer.

George Reichert joined as chief information officer.

Health care

Healthcare Diagnostic Laboratory announced the appointment of Kathleen F. Johnson as its chief compliance officer. Johnson previously served as vice president of risk and compliance for MESA Medical Group.

Real estate

Coldwell Banker Johnson & Thomas added Sean O’Grady as a sales associate.

Kelly Trebour

Kelly Trebour

The Stony Point office of Long & Foster Real Estate announced the affiliation of Kelly Trebour as a sales associate.

Safe Harbor Title Company announced the following promotion and hires:

Angela Molin was promoted to vice president and senior underwriter.

Kenitra Newton joined as a title and settlement officer.

Candace Smith joined as a transaction coordinator.

Nonprofits

The Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity announced the founding of the Builder’s Council, a group of young professionals dedicated to supporting Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity. The founding members include:

Zach Means

Zach Means

President: Zachary W. Means, Divaris Real Estate
President-elect: Thomas P. Bryan, CBRE
Secretary: Jamie L. D’Orso, Yelp
Treasurer: Laura J. Stepnowski, Parallon Business Solutions
Jessica A. Bufford, Toast and Estilo
Matthew B. Davey, the Davey Company
Thomas Walton-Cale, Habert Venture Partners
Robyn M. Zernhelt, United Network for Organ Sharing

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